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Man without a Fridge

Thomas Jones: Haruki Murakami, 17 April 2003

After the Quake 
by Haruki Murakami, translated by Jay Rubin.
Vintage, 132 pp., £6.99, March 2003, 1 84343 015 0
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Earthshaking Science: What We Know (and Don’t Know) about Earthquakes 
by Susan ElizabethHough.
Princeton, 238 pp., £17.95, May 2002, 0 691 05010 4
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... he was enjoying.’ The antecedents aren’t to be found so much in geology as in Godzilla – though it’s not as crude as that. Only Katagiri can see Frog, and the battle between the giant beasts takes place while Katagiri is in a coma. He comes round in hospital, where Frog pays him a visit to tell him he was a great help and encouragement, t...

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